Brentwood Baseball is about building a TEAM that is committed to doing the right things on and off the field, approaching the game with respect, giving great effort, exhibiting toughness, and playing for a cause greater than self. We believe these ingredients are instilled through hard work and character development.
Off-season lifts begin in September 4x per week. Conditioning and days pick up to 5 per week starting in January. First day of practice is February 11th and players need to be expected to be available for practice 6 days per week till opening day in March.
Tryouts take place in the summer before the next school year.
If you have questions about the baseball program, contact John Peck.
Brentwood High School’s Boys soccer team has a long and storied history and a strong tradition of winning. The team has participated in 15 State Tournaments.
The Bruins have won numerous District, Regional and Sectional titles throughout their history and can be counted on to consistently field a team ranked among the best in the state.
The first expectation for soccer is for every player to be a student athlete and to represent themselves in an exemplary manner both on and off the soccer field. The importance of academics and being a positive role model cannot be overstated. The average GPA for the Varsity team this past season was 4.15.
The second expectation is that every player and family must fully support the program. Players are representatives of Brentwood High School and must conform to all policies and procedures of Brentwood High School. Parents will be called on to offer their assistance in various forms throughout the year.
Tryouts will be at the beginning of the school year. Tryouts will be held at Brentwood High School and all students interested in playing are required to attend. There will be a supplemental tryout in February for new students and others who may not have been able to attend the August tryout. There will only be a few spaces available on the team in February however.
If you have any questions about the Boys Soccer program, please contact Mike Purcell.
We expect to have a team of girls with good character, good grades, hard workers, and of course, good athletes!
Tryouts will take place during the Summer for the following school year. Anyone who can’t make it can email Coach Powell to set up an alternate date